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Bag and pouch filler/sealer

The Bartelt® intermittent-motion fill-and-seal machine transfers premade bags or pouches from a magazine feeder; places them within leading and trailing clamps; then opens, fills, and seals them.
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Servo-driven machine accepts die-cut and shaped pouches; 3- and 4-side seal-fin pouches; as well as stand-up and bottom- and side-gusseted pouches. Operates at speeds to 100 pouches/min depending on the product. Said to be cost-effective for small runs and market introductions with minimum changeover.

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